MCE At A Glance

Nov. 1, 2002
Established in 1994, MCE Technologies (www.mcetech inc.com) consists of companies strategically located throughout North America, Europe, and Asia, under the helm of John Smucker. Seven business units and 10 facility locations support research, design, ...

Established in 1994, MCE Technologies (www.mcetech inc.com) consists of companies strategically located throughout North America, Europe, and Asia, under the helm of John Smucker. Seven business units and 10 facility locations support research, design, manufacturing, and test requirements for standard and custom product lines. In addition to Weinschel, the companies include MCE/Inmet (Ann Arbor, MI, www.inmetcorp.com), MCE/Metelics (Sunnyvale, CA, www.metelics.com), MCE/KDI-Integrated Products (Whippany, NJ, www.mcekdi-integrated.com), MCE/KDI-Resistor Products (Whippany, NJ, www.mcekdi-resistor.com), MCE/DML Microwave (Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England, www.dmlmicro wave.com), and MCE Technologies-Nanjing (Nanjing, PRC). The companies can draw advice from a technical advisory board consisting of scientists from the University of Michigan, such as Dr. George Haddad, Dr. Jack East, and Professor Dimitris Pavlidis. The MCE group of companies encompasses a wide range of product areas, including diodes, capacitors, amplifiers, resistive-film products, attenuators, terminations, isolators and circulators, DC blocks, bias tees, connectors, power dividers/combiners, detectors, switch subsystems and matrices, and attenuation subsystems, as well as serving a variety of markets, such as wireless mobile, fixed-wireless and broadband communications markets, defense electronics, and test and measurement markets.

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